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Mathematics Core Sequential Courses

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Algebra

These courses develop facility in working with numbers, tables, equations, inequalities and graphs.

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Integrated Mathematics

The 200-level courses are geometry courses tied to algebraic processes. Students investigate lines, polygons, and vectors, in both two and three dimensions.

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Advanced Integrated Mathematics

The purpose of the 300-level courses is to enable students to expand their view of algebra and geometry to include nonlinear motion and nonlinear functions.

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Adv Integrated Mathematics (enriched)

These courses cover the material of MAT310/320/330/400 in greater depth and at an accelerated pace.

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Introduction to Calculus

Amid a rich interplay of precalculus concepts, the study of calculus officially begins.

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Introduction to Calculus (enriched)

This course covers the material of MAT410 in greater depth and also does some additional problems

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Calculus

This four-term sequence presents a comprehensive and inductive approach to calculus. Working within contexts whenever possible, key concepts are developed with applications in mind.

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Calculus (enriched)

This four-term sequence covers all the material of the 420/430/510/520 courses, with additional applications and explorations, and in greater depth.

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Calculus - A Lab Approach

This three-term sequence of courses covers topics from differential and integral calculus.

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